Applied Conversation Analysis: Intervention and Change in by Charles Antaki (Ed.) PDF

By Charles Antaki (Ed.)

ISBN-10: 0230229956

ISBN-13: 9780230229952

Each folks is very expert at designing our turns at speak, and meshing them with these of the folks round us. dialog research (CA) is the examine of simply how that's performed, and the way the choreography of dialog brings off the enterprise we behavior with each one other.

Conversation research is commencing to have a robust list not just of knowing interplay, but in addition of seeing the way it may be replaced. This quantity collects jointly probably the most fascinating advancements in CA because it is utilized to intervention courses in scientific verbal exchange, speech treatment, mediation, welfare interviewing, surveying, mobile helplines, and different insitutional encounters. The participants clarify the problems and some great benefits of utilizing CA within the actual global, and with operating with exterior organisations like executive associations, charities, and the clinical establishment.

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Extract 5 (Torn Roto Cuff: 3) 01 DOC: 02 PAT: -> An’ do you have any other medical problems? Uh: no. # ((cough)) 06 PAT: No. 3) 08 DOC: -> Any lung disease as far as you know:, 09 PAT: No. ) PAT: Not that I know of. ) 13 DOC: 14 PAT: -> Any diabetes, No. 15 DOC: -> Have you ever had (uh) surgery? 5) PAT: I’ve had four surgeries on my left knee:. In this sequence, every one of the physician’s questions is built to favour a ‘no’ response, and this is matched in the patient’s responses which are prompt, brief and type-conforming (Raymond, 2003) when they are aligned to the preference for a ‘no’ answer, but not (as in line 17) when the response is disaligned.

Question (i) without the word ‘any’) 22 Applied Conversation Analysis (iii) Are there some other concerns you’d like to address during this visit? Question (i) with the word ‘some’ substituting for ‘any’) (iv) What other concerns would you like to address during this visit? (Builds in the assumption that the patient definitely has additional concerns) In the end, we quickly dismissed question (iv). While we felt it would be successful in eliciting additional concerns, we were worried about the patients (perhaps 50–60 per cent) who did not have such concerns.

Who did you see? 5)[(two) uh [ ((holds up two fingers)) 21 Jane: you saw them both. Changing Interactional Behaviour 41 22 Len: yeah 23 Jane: oh right. and what was- was Ellen going to the shops? 24 Len: no, 25 Jane: what was she doing? It is also notable that in the turns following Len’s answers, Jane regularly produces another question. This may constitute the whole turn (lines 3, 5, 7, 21, 25) or follow some other action earlier in her turn such as a news receipt (lines 9–10, 18, 23). As a result of Jane’s questions, Len is recurrently allocated a turn (Sacks, Schegloff and Jefferson, 1974) and thus can make regular contributions to the conversation.

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